Change Startup Programs in Gnome 3 Under Fedora

Change Startup Programs in Gnome 3 Under Fedora

I recently installed Fedora 19 as a replacement for Ubuntu 13.04 as somehow Ubuntu won’t start and I would like to have a new taste to see what Fedora looks after a few years without using it.

Installation went successfully without problems and I also managed to install Cairo Dock. The problem is that Cairo Dock won’t start when Gnome starts, unlike Ubuntu. I am not sure the reason behind it, but to change it, simply using command “gnome-session-properties” to add it to the list of start up programs. Of course, you need to be root first.


It is not obvious if you don’t know where to look for it.

Hope this helps.


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